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Former President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Sunday, July 11, 2021, in Dallas. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

The Devil went down to Dallas

- The Washington Times


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Posing for a photo with McGruff the Crime Dog are, from left, Damien Foss, Mia Foss and Sophia Foss, all of Pottsville, Pa., during Pottsville Night Out on North Centre Street in downtown Pottsville, Pa., on Tuesday evening, Aug. 3, 2021. The event coincides with National Night Out. (Jacqueline Dormer/Republican-Herald via AP)

Violent crime Is crippling Minnesota

The city of Shakopee, Minnesota, is a relatively quiet suburban community of 40,000 people that lies about 17 miles southwest of Minneapolis. Last week, in broad daylight, the community's tranquility was shattered when a 55-year-old woman was brutally murdered on a city street in broad daylight and, according to gruesome footage circulated on social media, beheaded.

Illustration on cancel culture  by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The anatomy of a cancel culture take-down

I have witnessed a gruesome take-down of a college professor from my Alma Mater, Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, by a pack of cancel culture leftists aided by a university's administrators.

A supervisor sews the stars to finish the assembly of the American flag at North American Manufacturing on June 28, 2021, in Scranton, Pa. Since 2016, the staff at North American Manufacturing on Barring Avenue has meticulously produced about 8,000 full-size American flags each year, which are sold to the Defense Logistics Agency and awarded to government retirees. (Jason Farmer/The Times-Tribune via AP) ** FILE **

The two Americas: Collectivists vs. individualists

- The Washington Times

If there were a line that could be drawn to show the precise crossing into America's demise, then the mental figurings that form the accusatory and hostile arguments against those who are reluctant to take the COVID-19 vaccine are it. It's the crossing from individualism into collectivism.

President Joe Biden, left, listens as Vice President Kamala Harris, right, speaks during an event in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Monday, July 26, 2021, to highlight the bipartisan roots of the Americans with Disabilities Act and marking the law's 31st anniversary. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Stopping Kamala Harris' liberal agenda

"Dumb hick," "ignorant," "white trash," "vile" --- Upon starting my campaign by launching an actual rocket with the liberal agenda into space, the left was quick to go on the attack.

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